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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

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Monday. July 9. HI and LOIS~ 10f, Bv Mort Walker end Difc Brown fiajttmuit J*un PAGE I WILL THEM QUIET FOR A WHILE' THEY'VE SEEM SCREAMING AND YELLINS LIKE THAT ALL 'Ay WE TELL YOU WHAT THcV TODAY. Three Refinery Men Get Promotions In Engineering Here's Good Hews For Crosby Kids Next School Year Good news, kids! School will let out at noon in Crosby five times this corning school year in order that teachers may attend faculty conferences. The half-day dismissal of classes was approved by the school fooard so trmt all the teachers would be free to attend the meetings. In previous years, school officials had difficulty in securing more than about 50 per cent attendance at after-school conferences because the teachers wore tied up with activities ranging- from school-bus driving to meeting with stjdent organizations. Dates of the half-day holidays are to be Oct. 17, Nov. 28, Jan. 30, March 6, and April 3.7. Other holidays will be Nov. 22-23 for Thanksgiving, Dec. 22 to Jan. 1 inclusive for Christmas, March 3o for the district teachers meeting. ?.ml Anril 19-22 for Easter. School will start on Sept. 6 and end on May 21. Faculty conferences ore slated for Sept. 3-4, and registration is to be held on Sept. 5. Phi Beta Kappa is the American college Greek fraternity. POGO By Wolf Kelley v . y Slin C!assifici , Ads _ D 5 a , VO'T DO MO SCOP 'OW8RY- ^ \V. D. Allison, Clinton W. Bates, and M. L. Crow have been promoted in Engineering division at the refinery. Allison and Bates have advanced to supervising engineers, and Crow is now a senior mechanical engineer. Allison who graduated at Texas A and M College with a B. S. decree in mechanical engineering- joined Humble in 1947. He had served during World W»r II as an .ilreraft engineering officer in the Air Corps. Tn his new position, Allison will supervise the activities of the «Tcup in th« Maintenance Engineering department handling problems pertaining- to compressors, pumps, lubrication, fire protection, and steam generating; equipment. He and Mrs. Allison have two children ar.u live here at 70."> West James Street. Bates will supervise the instrument engineering section of the Design department. He has a !'.. S. degree in chemical entfineorins: from Diversity of Arkansas, and joined Humble's Risiny Slur Gasoline Plant in 1934. TrnnsfvrrinK to Tngleside refinery, ho ndvanced to Instrument department foreman. In 1945 he came to Bay town refinery; ho h.is served UMC veM° in Huni'.>l!'';; exivuiivce development program as instrument foreman fit the Kiitmiii'r.e ;>IMIU. With their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bnte» reside at 117 Cabaniss, Crow attended junior college in Amaril'.o and received the T>. S. degree in mechanical engineering ftt Texas A and M. He served with the Transportation eorps in tha Army during World War j]. In his new position he will handle problems in fire protection engineering, technical safety and machinery engineering. He and Mrs. Cro'^, with their young son, reside at 4H West Alurill Street. DRIVE 320 W. DC Fee IN PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Die 2975 No Parking Problem Free Delivery — Open Until Midnight ELLA CINDERS —by Charlie Plumb and Fred Fox No Down Payment ONLY $1.00 TER \VEKK :.ri--«-ii\ Larg-est .%; Adrii:i~ .^J Service Agency AHOY ANDERSON EQUIPMENT Sit E. Texas Avo. Dial 5092 People 60 to Tear Out This Ad , . . and mail it today to find out how you can still apply 'or a .$1,000 life insurance policy to help take care of final expenses without burdening your family. You handle the entire transaction by mail with OLD AMERICAN of KANSAS CITY. No obligation. No one will call on you! Write today, simply giving your name, address and age. Mail to| [Old American InsrCo." 3 West 9th, JDcpt. L642B, Kansas City, Mo. Charier Xo, 31101 Reserve District No. 11 KKPOKT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK BAYTOWX In I lift Statn of Texas, at the close of business nn June SO, 1356 published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 3211, V. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including rovers." balmier, and cash items in process of collection $1,565,596.74 2. United States Government obligation, direct and guar- n n teed ". Obligations of States find political subdivisions 4. Other boncl^. not:s, and debentures 5. Corporate stocks ('including $)2,OCO.i;0 slock of Federal Reserve bank) 6. Loans and discounts (including $1.255.77 overdrafts.. 7. Bank premises owned S136.000.00, furniture and fixtures S27.R33.72 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises 31. Other assets 12. TOTAI, ASSETS Sfi,3<4,138.36 UAI5ILITIES 13. Demand deposit^ of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .$4,503,388.59 !•<. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 984,190.52 IS. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) JO-!,7S6,73 30. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 230,261.42 37. Deposits r.f lianUs 8.144.37 IS. Other deposits (certified and cashier's check, etc.).... 3<,108.82 2.128.372.00 626.351.07 279,250.00 12.COO.OO 1,368,520.58 3G3.S33.72 2.00 212.25 TOTAI. OVIPOSITS ....................... Sf>,87,),lS0.45 O! In r liabilitirs ...................................... TOTAI, I.I A im.rnT.S CAIMTAL ACCOr.XTS Capilp.! Stock: i'e> Common stock, total par .$200,000.00 ] 1,700.00 S3,836.880.-l» ..S 200,000.00 2CO!000.00 5725791 457.257.Sl 2R. 27. Undivided profits ..................................... ['•I. TOTAI, CAPITA!, ACCOUNTS ...................... $ 3.v. TOTAL UAmi.lTIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for oiher purposes ........................................ $ 542,000.00 I, S. T. Weaver, Vice-President of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. T. Weaver, Vice-President. CORRECT— ATTEST: S. T. Weaver, W. T. BiiKeh, ,1. Harrop, G. A. Lillic, M.D., Director.. . e TATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OF HARRIS, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of July, 1956, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. '.Seal) Louise M. Vincent, Notary Public. My r.ommiasiort expires .Tune, 1957, BIT!) BLACKBURN John Blackburn Is New Employe Of Matherne's John S. (Bud) Blackburn spent the last five years and three months helping Uncle Sam navigate his Air Force, and now he's back on the groun'l in Baytown. His next assignment will be to help Bob Mathernc and the jvlathcrnc st;.ff navigate the new Mathcrno office supply and printing business that soon will occupy now and larger quarters in the 2CO block of West DcFee. Blackburn, a Robert E. T^ce jfradiiate in 10-45 and a Rice graduate in accounting and economics in 1940, had been in.the Air Force since Moroh of 1951. In between college and Air Force service he w;s-. 0:1 the stiff at Culpcpper's. Me will be primarily in sales pnii m^.;ir.,Toment nssi^nmcnts in 1m nr'.v position. Most of Klsckburn's Air Force Inur v.Y-.s spent nl fairchild fieki ai ypol-.r.nj. Wnsh. \Vhiie :n thn northwest he met nn;! maiTiot! ilir former M:.5S P.-.tricia McGcc of V/alla Walla, Wash., who was a teacher at the time. Blackburn is a son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Blackburn. C. T. Johnson Calls For Veteran Bonus T/UBBOCK, Tex. (UP)— C. T. Johnson today called for a bonus for World War TI and Korean war vn(era;is iii his campaign for lieutenant governor. Johnson spoke to the state Real Estate Board convention in IMPORTANT THlKS INTO 5I6NIN& THO?£ I NEW REPORT UYEAL.S AMAZING. 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